April 17th 2017, New York Times

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$400,000/year, for the U.S. president
Acapulco gold
Amorous look
Approvals
Arctic fishing tools
Assortment of appetizers at a Polynesian or Chinese restaurant
Backup strategy
Bacon source
Be under the weather
Beat patroller
Big name in athletic wear
Bill with Jefferson's portrait
Blue toon whose enemy is Gargamel
Boozehounds
Bread dipped in hummus
Breather
Commando weapons
Court jesters, e.g
Decompose
Dict. entries
Flight deck guesses about takeoff, for short
Former 'Saturday Night Live' regular Cheri
Game played with a 48-card deck
Germany's Otto ___ Bismarck
___ ghanouj
'Girlfriend' boy band
Good name for a tax adviser?
Gown
Gratuity
Gumbo vegetable
Having no doubt about
Horatian creation
H.S. class for a future doctor, maybe
Implement for a muzzleloader
In the know
Investment company whose commercials once had talking babies
Jellystone Park toon with a bow tie
Keep out of sight
Killer whales
Letter after gamma
Loses color
Manners of walking
Marry
Mean dog, at times
Medical setback
Mouthed off to
Noisemakers at the 2010 World Cup
Novel narrated by Humbert Humbert
One sounding 'cock-a-doodle-doo'
Particle accelerator particle
Person in charge of fiscal decisions
___ personality (Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde trait)
Pines (for)
Pitcher Tom nicknamed 'The Franchise'
President during W.W. I
Radioactive element
Sac fly result
Set of moral principles
Siri runs on it
Sneezing sound
Social misfit
Some squishy balls
Sound from a hen
Spinner in a PC drive
Sport-___ (rugged vehicle)
Stephen of 'The Crying Game'
Stiffly formal
Telephone
Tennis great Sampras
Three Wise ___ (Magi)
Title for the Virgin Mary
TV announcer Hall whose credits include 'The Tonight Show'
Underworld, in Greek mythology
Winter neckwear